Reebok is bringing two of its most iconic lifestyle silhouettes into a new generation, crafting the Classic Leather and Club C from sustainable materials for the new [REE]GROW pack. Made of at least 50% plant-based materials, each style in the [REE]GROW pack retains the quality and shape of its leather counterparts, but offers a significantly less substantial environmental footprint.
Renamed the Classic Leather Grow, the collection’s two Classic Leathers feature natural-toned uppers made of cotton canvas. Both add sky blue trim around the collar and blue branding on the midfoot, tongue and heel, but each deviates in its signature side stripe: one opts for green, the other yellow. A Sweet Foam midsole is made from sustainably-sourced sugarcane, and natural rubber outsoles round off the look.
On the other end, the Club C features a slimmed-down upper crafted from bio-based cotton. Its build is almost entirely tonal, save for dark navy hits on the quarter and collar. Midsoles are made of a new EVA foam dubbed BLOOM, crafted from a process that removes harmful algae from lakes and rivers. Just like the Classic Leather Grow, the Club C is rounded off with natural rubber outsoles. Both styles also boast [REE]GROW branding on the inner collar.
The Reebok [REE]GROW collection is available now at retailers like size? with each pair priced at £70 GBP (approximately $97 USD).
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